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Regina Latin Mass June 2014 Newsletter

June 2014 Newsletter
The English Indult
In one of the great ironies of history, it was a group of mostly British non-Catholics who petitioned Pope Paul VI to save the Latin Mass in 1970. Dr. Joseph Shaw is the 43 year old Chairman of the Latin Mass Society of England and Wales. He teaches Philosophy at St Benet’s Hall in Oxford, and relates this fascinating story in an exclusive Regina Magazine interview.
Update on the Latin Mass in England
Founded in 1965, the Latin Mass Society of England and Wales is the world’s oldest group organized to preserve the Mass of Ages. They enjoy support from some of England’s culturati, but in truth the Society faces formidable headwinds, too.

Latin Mass Society of England and Wales

One of the most critical things that the Latin Mass Society of England and Wales does is organize superb training for both priests and altar servers who want to learn the Mass of Ages. 

Walking for the Conversion of England

It may astonish some to know that this August, Catholics from all over the world are walking through the beautiful English countryside on pilgrimage for the conversion of England.

On A Virtual Chartres Pilgrimage

This year, French Catholics welcomed more than 10,000 pilgrims from all over the world as they filled the ancient Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris for Mass before they headed to Chartres on a three day walking pilgrimage.

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